Eyetrack III – Multimedia Features

If you trust eyetracking studies, this is a qualitative bit on how users interact with multimedia features — granted, that’s a broad category, and the examples they use are pretty varied, but the results are useful: Text gets more attention than you migh

Eyetrack III – Multimedia Features

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